Solido Ltd. (Yehud, Israel) has made progress in its efforts to reduce the cost of desktop 3D printing of physical models with the SD300 Pro introduced at less than $10,000 and unveiled at the PTC Forum in Orlando in June. The SD300 Pro uses layers of firm but flexible engineered plastics. The finished models resemble injection molded parts and can be drilled, sanded, or painted as desired. Output from the SD300 Pro can be designed to fold, allowing for model manipulation, and the printer can produce transparent models. It’s suitable for applications in a myriad of industries and allows industrial design and engineering firms to prepare proof of concept modeling, ergonomic evaluations, and marketing tools. —[email protected]
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